Duane Morris partner Jeremy Elman authored the article “AI and Trade Secrets: A Winning Combination” for IPWatchdog.
The article explores why trade secret law fits gen-AI innovations rather than other IP schemes, and how creators can be incentivized to use this new technology without risk of losing their valuable information. Read the full article on the IPWatchdog website.
By Milagros Astesiano and Ariel Seidner
Following Governor Newsom’s September 2023 Executive Order on Artificial Intelligence, the California’s state administration released a report analyzing the potential benefits and risks surrounding the use of Generative Artificial Intelligence (“GenAI”) within the state government (“Report”). This is the first of many steps called for under the Executive Order. Continue reading “California’s Generative AI Report Addresses Benefits and Risks of AI”
A webinar replay of the Get Smart with AI webinar series session Strategic Contracting to Reduce Risk is now available.
#HelloWorld. The days are now shorter, but this issue is longer. President Biden’s October 30th Executive Order deserves no less. Plus, the UK AI Safety Summit warrants a drop-by, and three copyright and right-to-publicity theories come under a judicial microscope. Read on to catch up. Let’s stay smart together. (Subscribe to the mailing list to receive future issues.)
Continue reading “The AI Update | November 8, 2023”
Section authors: Sandra A. Jeskie, Michelle Hon Donovan, Robert Carrillo, Ariel Seidner, Milagros Astesiano, Alex W. Karasik, Geoffrey M. Goodale, Neville M Bilimoria, Edward M. Cramp, Ted J. Chiappari, Kristopher Peters and M. Alejandra Vargas.
The White House’s October 30, 2023 Executive Order on Safe, Secure, and Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence (“EO”) signals increased governmental regulation over the development and use of artificial intelligence (“AI”) models. While the United States currently does not have a comprehensive AI regulation regime, many federal government agencies already regulate the use and development of AI through a complex framework of rules and regulations. President Biden’s EO promises to add a new layer of complexity by introducing sweeping changes affecting a wide variety of industries. Duane Morris’ multi-disciplinary team of AI attorneys are ready to help clients working with AI tools abreast of new regulations in this rapidly-evolving area of law. Below, we summarize the most significant changes stemming from the White House’s most recent AI EO.
Continue reading “New White House Executive Order Highlights Increased Complexity in AI Regulation – A Cross-Practice Overview”
On October 30, 2023, President Joe Biden signed the new Executive Order on Safe, Secure and Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence. The order is built on previous AI initiatives based on voluntary commitments the White House secured from leading AI companies and represents the first major binding government action on the technology. As such, the executive order depicts the latest U.S. government efforts in monitoring and regulating the risks of AI while also harnessing its potential in the economic, national security and social spheres.
Read the full Alert on the Duane Morris website.
On October 30, 2023, President Biden signed an Executive Order (the “EO”) providing guidance for employers on the emerging utilization of artificial intelligence in the workplace. The EO establishes industry standards for AI security, innovation, and safety across significant employment sectors. Spanning over 100 pages, the robust EO endeavors to set parameters for responsible AI use, seeking to harness AI for good while mitigating risks associated with AI usage.
Read more on the Duane Morris Class Action Defense Blog.
Duane Morris will present the next session in the Get Smart with AI webinar series, Strategic Contracting to Reduce Risk, a Zoom webinar on risk mitigation strategies for AI use in business, on Wednesday, November 15, 2023, from 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Eastern time.
For more information and to register, visit the Duane Morris website.
#HelloWorld. October swirls with AI headlines, but one senses a running-to-stand-still quality. Like the opening moves in a chess game, players continue to arrange regulatory and litigation pieces on the board, but the first true clash still awaits. Let’s stay smart together. (Subscribe to the mailing list to receive future issues.)
Continue reading “The AI Update | October 25, 2023”
AI in the workplace is ubiquitous and expanding rapidly. It is not only about replacing workers with robots, but instead is about the broader notion of using AI tools to assist with employment-related decisions. Commissioner Sonderling, more than any other EEOC official, has labored extensively in this area in terms of writing professional papers, giving speeches, and spearheading the Commission’s guidance in this area.
Read takeaways from the Employment Practices Liability Insurance Conference on the Duane Morris Class Action Defense Blog.